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"I generate my art for the purpose that most artists do, to create dialogue, awareness, emotion and or a memory. In my skate and surf art, I want the viewer to feel the motion of the water, the moving board, smell the water and concrete, and to feel the grit of the wheels touching the asphalt. I hope to create enough iconographical clues throughout my painting that the viewer looks closer and ask questions as to what it all means. And, a way to make a more personal connection between myself, the viewer and the overall work"
John’s work holds appeal for anyone who loves the Southern California culture and lifestyle. It showcases the iconic images of the coastal culture along Pacific Coast Highway and makes one long for summer. When viewing John’s work, one can’t help to feel as though they’re dropping into a bowl or carving a wave. Watching an iconic SoCal sunset and feeling like a character from Endless Summer or Single Fin Yellow.
*Image disclaimer (so we can all save a little heartbreak)
The image colors you see on your monitor may differ from the actual sandals. We'll be as accurate as we can be, but monitors vary in age, calibration and colors represented. Some colors, we just can't produce yet, like fluorescents.
The image positioning may vary slightly from monitor to sandal. We need a little bit of the image to be in the "no print zone" so we don't have any gaps on the edges. Try to keep the important parts of your image away from the sandal edges.